Nicoletta Pireddu, Georgetown University
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Nicoletta Pireddu, Georgetown University

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28 Pages
English

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  • revision - matière potentielle : romance
  • exposé
  • expression écrite
Nicoletta Pireddu, Georgetown University CaRterbury Tales: Romances of Disenchantment in Geoffrey Chaucer and Angela Carter originally published in The Comparatist 21, 1997: 117-48.
  • adventures of the hero
  • historical discontinuity between mythical past
  • romance with gothic tones
  • feudal order
  • romance with the illusion-breaking strategy of postmodernism
  • magical categories
  • sense of continuity with the feudal code
  • medieval romance
  • romance
  • world

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XXI. Technology/EHniggihn eSecrhiongo,l
 
High School Technology/Engineering Test The spring 2007 high school MCAS Technology/Engineering test was based on learning standards in the Technology/Engineering content strand of the Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework  (2006). These learning standards appear on pages 92–95 of the Framework . The Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework  is available on the Department Web site at www.doe.mass.edu/frameworks/current.html. In Test Item Analysis Reports  and on the Subject Area Subscore pages of the MCAS School Reports   and District Reports , Technology/Engineering test results are reported under the following four MCAS reporting categories:  Engineering Design  Construction and Manufacturing  Fluid and Thermal Systems  Electrical and Communications Systems Test Sessions The MCAS high school Technology/Engineering test included two separate test sessions, which were administered on consecutive days. Each session included multiple-choice and open-response questions. Reference Materials and Tools Each student taking the high school Technology/Engineering test was provided with a plastic ruler and a Technology/Engineering Formula Sheet. A copy of this formula sheet follows the inal question in this chapter. An image of the ruler is not reproduced in this publication. Each student also had sole access to a calculator with at least four functions and a square-root key. The use of bilingual word-to-word dictionaries was allowed for current and former limited English proicient students only, during both Technology/Engineering test sessions. No other reference tools or materials were allowed. Cross-Reference Information The table at the conclusion of this chapter indicates each item’s reporting category and the Framework   learning standard it assesses. The correct answers for multiple-choice questions are also displayed in the table.
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Technology/Engineering S eSSion  1
DIRECTIONS This session contains twenty-three multiple-choice questions and two open-response questions. Mark your answers to these questions in the spaces provided in your Student Answer Booklet. You may work out solutions to multiple-choice questions in the test booklet. ID:208121 B Common EQID:266827 D Common EQ  ● 1 Which of the following would best  ● 3 Which of the following is a function increase the year-round energy eficiency of a home TV antenna? of a building that is subjected to hot summers and cold winters?A. transmitter B. storage A. black exterior paint C. source B. iberglass insulation D. receiver C. large glass windows D. white exterior paint
ID:231136 B Common EQ  ● 2 Air in a hydraulic brake line causes the brakes to malfunction. Which property of air is most  responsible for the malfunction? A. Air is less visible than brake luid. B. Air changes volume under pressure. C. Air causes corrosion in the brake line. D. Air changes temperature under pressure.
ID:222087 B Common  ● 4 In one type of home air conditioner thermostat, the case of the temperature sensor is made of metal. Which of the following is the best  reason for using metal? A. Metal convects heat easily. B. Metal conducts heat quickly. C. Metal consumes heat slowly. D. Metal radiates heat eficiently.
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ID:221729 3152764_AR1.eps B Common EQ  ● 5 The drawing below shows a spring- loaded stamping machine.
 
Stamp head Stamp arm
Arm springForm plate
Which of the following is the main   function of the arm spring?
A. to provide increased resistance to the stamping force B. to return the stamp arm to an open position quickly C. to prevent the stamp head from contacting the form plate D. to press the stamp arm toward the form plate automatically
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ID:209199 D Common  ● 6 Which of the following is used to read a compact disc in a compact disc player?
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A. polarization B. microwaves C. a magnet D. a laser
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ID:230853 C Common EQ  ● 7 Designers need to use a wind tunnel to test the airlow over a new design for an airplane wing. Since the wind tunnel is not large enough to hold the actual airplane wing, the designers will need to use which of the following? A. a mockup B. a propeller C. a scale model D. an orthographic projection
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ID:221792 3188703_AR1.eps D Common  ● 8 The drawing below represents a corner brace.
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Drawn by: John Q.  Scale 1 cm: 25 cm Sheet 1 of 1 Date 12/10/02
Which of the following is the height of the corner brace? A. 50 cm B. 80 cm C. 90 cm D. 110 cm
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ID:206623 B Common  ● 9 A circuit has a source with an electrical potential of 12 V. The circuit contains one resistor.  If a second resistor is added to the  circuit in series, what effect will this have on the current in the circuit? A. The current will increase. B. The current will decrease. C. The current will not be affected. D. The current will switch from DC to AC.
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ID:221767 3141498_AR1.eps C Common EQ  ● 10 The diagram below shows the seat belt mechanism in a car.
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Seat belt
toviP
Pendulum
Forward motion of car Which of the following correctly describes the working of this mechanism? A. Pulling on the seat belt will move the pendulum forward. B. Pulling on the seat belt will move the pendulum backward. C. When the pendulum swings forward, the seat belt will latch. D. When the pendulum swings backward, the seat belt will latch.
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Question 11 is an open-response question. • BE SURE TO ANSWER AND LABEL ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTION. • Show all your work (diagrams, tables, or computations) in your Student Answer Booklet. • If you do the work in your head, explain in writing how you did the work. Write your answer to question 11 in the space provided in your Student Answer Booklet. ID:266829 3188627_AR1.eps Common EQ  ● 11 The drawing below shows a U-shaped block made from a cube of metal.
a. In your Student Answer Booklet, make a multi-view drawing of this block. Be sure to include a top view, front view, and right side view, and include any hidden lines that are necessary.
b. In your Student Answer Booklet, using the same size and scale as in part (a), make an isometric drawing of this block.
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Mark your answers to multiple-choice questions 12 through 24 in the spaces provided in your Student Answer Booklet. Do not write your answers in this test booklet, but you may work out solutions to multiple-choice questions in the test booklet. ID:240102 C Common  ● 12 In which of the following luid systems does the luid remain within the system?
A. compressed air in a gas station B. steam engine on a railroad train C. forced hot water heating in a home D. forced hot air heating in a car repair shop
ID:221618 3234119_AR1.eps, 3234119_ A Common  ● 13 Which of the following is the best   example of heat transfer by convection?
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  .B
  .C
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from the lower water to the surface
from the iron to the shirt
from the Sun to Earth
from the griddle to the eggs
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ID:266831 3141499_AR1.eps C Common EQ  ● 14 The igure below represents a spring scale used in a grocery store.
 
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iWmhpiocrht aonft  tfhoer  ftohlel ospwriinngg  pirno tpheirst isecsa lies ? most   A. density B. ductility C. elasticity D. plasticity
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ID:221579 3188608_AR1.eps A Common  ● 15 The igure below shows a water cooler.
 
 
This water cooler holds a 20-liter water bottle. The cooler weighs 150 lb. with an empty water bottle. Each liter of water weighs 2.2 lb. What is the live load on the water cooler with a full bottle of water? A. 44 lb. B. 152 lb. C. 330 lb. D. 374 lb.
 ID:222058 B Common  ● 16 Digital information is transmitted over iberoptic cable as pulses of which of the following? A. electricity B. light C. microwaves D. sound
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ID:230955 C Common EQ  ● 17 A structural component for a bridge needs to be especially strong in tension. Which of the following materials would be most   suitable for this component? A. concrete B. copper C. steel D. wood
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ID:242244 D Common  ● 18 A company sent prototypes of a newly designed hair dryer for trial use to 100 homes along with a satisfaction survey. A month later the company received 82 completed surveys.  This process is part of which of the  following steps in the engineering design process?
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A. developing possible solutions B. communicating the solution C. researching the problem D. evaluating outcomes
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ID:230930 3142608_AR1.eps [stem_01, A Common 1 9 The loor plans for a house are shown below.
 
KITCHEN/LIVING 1D4I' N×I  N12G'18' ×  12' Fireplace BEDROOM UTBIALTITHY 12' × 12' 10'  × 10' ENTRYUp
Storage
SkylightSkylight B1E4D' R×  O1O3'MBEDROOM BATHDown12' ×  18' 5' ×10'
First floorSecond floor Which of the following houses corresponds to these loor plans?
 .A
 .B
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